- Can’t Get Enough Feat. Sahara Beck
- At The Disko
- Fireworks Feat. Moss Kena & The Knocks
- Don’t Stop
- Dopamine Feat. Eyelar
- I Remember
- Opposite Of Crazy Feat. Bloom Twins
- Loneliness Feat. Francesca Lombardo
- Hands to The Sky Feat. Fiorious & House Gospel Choir
- Money Money
- Exotica Feat. Mind Enterprises
- Wanna Feel Like A Lover Feat. Ed Mac
Purple Disco Machine
The album opens with ‘Can’t Get Enough’ featuring Australian songstress Sahara Beck, and for all his fans across Europe, is the perfect follow on from ‘Hypnotized’- hitting all the same feels as the breakout single.
Teaming up with long term collaborator Lorenz Rhodes once again for the release of ‘At The Disko’, the duo have created an instant and lively dance floor heater, incorporating the vocoder as they did previously on ‘Music In You’, and breaking into some seriously heaving piano chords and claps to keep that energy all the way through. ‘Don’t Stop’ is a return to his more traditional club leaning records, likewise, title single ‘Exotica feat. Mind Enterprises’, and the ‘Body Funk Part 2’ vibes of ‘Playbox’ which has been represented in video as a truly incredible cosmic journey. Also sitting on that club tip is ‘Loneliness’, his track with cult underground Italian producer Francesca Lombardo, which oozes a patient charisma throughout. Taking time to slow things down on ‘I Remember’, Tino has collaborated with Elderbrook, who has become one of the most iconic singers in the electronic space in recent years - his transcendent vocals shining through, with soaring synths, and harmonic vocal effects, creating a heavenly slice of melancholy disco. Following through with another mellow jam is the album closer ‘Wanna Feel Like A Lover feat Ed Mac’, which is a true amalgamation of 80s flair even boasting the decade’s trademark sax solo! Moving further outside his contemporary disco template, Tino has teamed up with Ukranian / English duo Bloom Twins on ‘Opposite of Crazy’ colouring their unique blend of alt dark synth pop, with quirky and boisterous squalls of Prince-esque guitar throughout. Energy, soul, and pure fierceness shines through from the very first note of the anthemic ‘Hands To The Sky’ featuring the outstanding vocal talents of Fiorious and House Gospel Choir, and last but not least is the collaboration with Brooklyn disco hipsters Pink Flamingo Rhythm Revue, the uber funky ‘Money Money’ incorporates the slickest of all vocal lines reminiscent of the sassiest best of Big Apple boogie. Now boasting over 1 billion streams across his catalogue to date, and over 10 million monthly listeners on Spotify, Purple Disco Machine continues to live up to the hype of #2 Beatport Artist of All Time. With a succession of notable remixes for Dua Lipa, Mark Ronson, Foals, Calvin Harris, Fatboy Slim, Sir Elton John, Royal Blood, Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande, Duke Dumont, and Diplo & SIDEPIECE, coupled with his continuous stream of original hit singles over the past four years, Purple Disco Machine’s influence on the global dance music scene will be felt for generations to come.